SwiftKey, the word-predicting artificially intelligent keyboard made by a U.K. startup — whose machine-learning software was on more than 100 million devices globally last year (most of them Androids) — is finally addressing the mainstream iPhone/iPad user. Not, sad to say, as an alternative iOS keyboard that can be used natively across the phone. That remains an impossible dream because Apple still doesn’t allow third parties to create alternative system global keyboards. Instead, SwiftKey has done the next best thing it can at this point: launched a note-taking app, called SwiftKey Note, to let iOS users get a taste of what its word-predicting engine can do. The launch of SwiftKey Note was rumoured last week, after @evleaks tweeted some images of the app. Those earlier leaks have been confirmed on Thursday with SwiftKey Note landing on the App Store as a free download for iOS.
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"SwiftKey Launches on iOS, But Only in a Notes App" by @ShellyPalmer
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